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Safe Ride Home bowled over by charity

Published Mar. 27 2017

About 100 bowlers were looking to raise around $5,000 on Sunday for a local program that gives ride vouchers to...

WWII veteran share tales of service aboard troop transport in Pacific

Published Mar. 26 2017

For many years, Wally Evenson stood behind a pulpit and shared with his congregations a number of accounts from the...

Beat of his own drum

Published Mar. 26 2017

Mike Sestak's dad bought him his first drum set in December 1978, and it became the foundation for a percussion...

Curators plan LU presidential search

Published Mar. 26 2017

For the third time in 13 years, Lincoln University is launching a search for a new president — after both...

State Tech open house draws wealth of visitors to Linn

Published Mar. 26 2017

The State Technical College in Linn hosted an open house Saturday to showcase programs, including a new welding center, to...

Existing middle schools suggest separate but equal high schools can be created

Published Mar. 26 2017

Whether a "haves and have-nots" situation would develop between the two high schools in Jefferson City Public Schools' proposed plan...

Are Jefferson City High School and Simonsen bursting at the seams?

Published Mar. 26 2017

Proponents of the Jefferson City School District's two high school plan say the current high school buildings are overcrowded, and...

An injured eagle flies away home

Published Mar. 26 2017

Despite Saturday's rain and gloom, about midday the hopes of a physical rehabilitation patient took flight — literally. The patient...

JCPS candidates weigh in on space, building issues

Published Mar. 26 2017

Six candidates are seeking three positions on the Jefferson City School District on the April 4 ballot. The candidates responded...

Jefferson City Council candidates talk more issues

Published Mar. 26 2017

The News Tribune asked the nine candidates who are running for six Jefferson City Council seats in the April 4...

Miller County to vote on road and bridge tax

Published Mar. 26 2017

Miller County votes will be asked next week to approve a half-cent sales tax increase, which would provide funds to...

Volunteers needed for Serve Jeff City and Mission JC

Published Mar. 26 2017

Mark April 22 and April 30 on the calendar as beautification days for Jefferson City, as two programs enlist volunteers...

Fried seafood and warm memories: The tradition of Lenten fish fries

Published Mar. 26 2017

For much of Mid-Missouri's Catholic population, nothing says Easter is on the way like Lenten fish fries.

BizBeat: Ashley HomeStore planned at Wildwood Crossings

Published Mar. 26 2017

The "coming soon" signs are up, so it's official: Jefferson City will gain an Ashley HomeStore later this spring.

Bruemmer retires from dream job at Patrol

Published Mar. 26 2017

Almost 38 years ago, Carla Bruemmer set her sights on becoming the secretary to the superintendent of the Missouri Highway...

FAQ: Propositions J and C

Published Mar. 26 2017

On April 4, voters will decide Propositions J and C, which present Jefferson City Public Schools' two high school plan.

Lincoln University and Fisk similar, but different

Published Mar. 26 2017

Although he — and many others — consider Fisk University, Nashville, to be one of the nation's "elite" historically black...

February 2017 home sales statistics

Published Mar. 26 2017

Statewide and Jefferson City area home sales statistics for February 2017 are as follows:

Challenges in store despite outcome of merger

Published Mar. 25 2017

Two candidates — Charles "Dusty" Klein and Jay Clingman — are running for two openings in the Village of Lake...

Book sale raises about $40,000

Published Mar. 25 2017

The Missouri River Regional Library and the Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) nonprofit would like to thank the community, its...

Karsten speaking Wednesday in Fulton

Published Mar. 25 2017

Col. Sandra Karsten, recently appointed as superintendent of the Missouri Highway Patrol, will speak Wednesday in Fulton.

Jessica Biel visits Miller County in search of ancestral answers

Published Mar. 25 2017

More and more Americans are researching their family trees, and that includes celebrities.

Holts Summit man sentenced in three-county sex crime case

Published Mar. 25 2017

A Holts Summit man involved in sexual assaults of minors in three Mid-Missouri counties pleaded guilty Friday to charges he...